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What if I have the following route in a custom module and a path alias that is equal to the route path?

mymodule.contact:
path: /contact
defaults:
    _controller: Drupal\mymodule\Controller\MyController::contact
requirements:
    _permission: 'access content'
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    If I recall correctly, the alias gets priority. or maybe it was the other way around. What have you found? – Jaypan Jun 21 at 8:21
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    I searched for it i didn't find any answer ! I think you are right aliases are called first – Hmad AmEdur Jun 21 at 8:32
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    I had this same issue yesterday - aliases get called first. – Janey Jun 21 at 8:43
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The alias gets priority over the route.

  • This does not provide an answer to the question. To critique or request clarification from an author, leave a comment below their post. - From Review – Jdrupal Oct 7 at 7:56
  • This was the question "What if I have the following route in a custom module and a path alias that is equal to the route path?" The answer is what I said, the alias takes priority over the route. Even the comments of the OP say exactly that. I don't know how this doesn't provide an answer. – Frank Robert Anderson Oct 7 at 13:53
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    To be an answer, it lacks references. May you point out where exactly the documentation says a path alias has priority over a module route? If you understood that looking at the Drupal core code, may you show the code that is taking care of routes / path aliases resolution? – kiamlaluno Oct 16 at 12:58
  • What about if neither is the case. I cannot point to the code and there is no documentation that says it. But I have done exactly this. I have created a route and a path alias with the same value and the alias takes priority. Are you saying that because I have personal experience, and not official Drupal documentation, with this that I shouldn't answer the question? – Frank Robert Anderson Oct 17 at 13:39

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